It appeared that the 2020 Ontario Short Track season would be lost due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus.
However, race track management and series officials worked with all levels of government to make events possible.
Arrangements made for the very popular Street Stock division to compete as a support race at three rounds of the APC United Late Model Series. Contests would be conducted at Sauble Speedway, Sunset Speedway, with the finale taking place at Jukasa Motor Speedway.
The Super Stock category includes a variety of makes and models from the ‘60s to the current year. The rules used in the class allow some suspension modifications and changes to the bodies. Most Street Stock cars retain the original steel bodies with plastic noses and fiberglass hoods. They are powered by a modified small-block engine or crate motors from General Motors and Ford. The division serves as ‘stepping stone’ for those drivers who aspire to compete in the Pro Late Model category.
Prior to the Sunset Speedway event, an agreement was reached for McColl Racing Enterprises to partner with the United Racing Series to become the presenting sponsor of the Super Stock division.
The final round of the 2020 McColl Racing Enterprises Super Stock Series was held at Jukasa Motor Speedway. Drivers would compete in a forty-lap race around the 5/8-mile semi-banked paved oval.
|The pace lap for the final round of the 2020 McColl Racing Enterprises Super Stock Series. Starting on the pole after the inversion is the eighth-fastest qualifier, Frank Davey, in the No. 49 in the Green Steel Roof sponsored Chevrolet. Next to Davey is the No. 73 Cadillac of Nick Troback with support from Alexander Glass & Door. Occupying the second row is the Chevrolet of Ryan Dyson and Gerrit Tiemersma in a Pontiac.|
|After two of the three contests for the 2020 McColl Racing Enterprises Super Stock Series, Trevor Collver was fourth in the standings. Driving the No. 1 Inventory Express Chevrolet Camaro, Collver had fifth and sixth place results in the first two events. In the finale at Jukasa Motor Speedway, he started fifth. On lap-8, Collver moved into the lead and raced to the victory. He ended the season with the most points.|
|The beautifully prepared No. 28 Auto Parts Center Chevrolet Camaro was driven by Ryan Dyson. Dyson opened the season at Sauble Speedway with a disappointing twentieth place finish. In the second race of the McColl Racing Enterprises Super Stock Series, he recorded a sixteen place result. However, in the finale, the team had the car sorted and Dyson started third and remained in contention for a runner-up finish.|
|On the basis of two runner-up finishes, the point’s leader heading into the McColl Racing Enterprises Super Stock Series finale was Ken Grubb. However, Grubb stepped aside and allowed Lane Zardo to drive the Bester Forest Products Ford Mustang. Zardo qualified fastest for the finale, but could not match the pace of Trevor Collver and finished third. Unfortunately, the Mustang failed the post-race tech inspection.|
|Frank Davey opened the season with a third-place at Sauble Speedway. In a repeat performance, the No. 49 Shepherd Trucking / Auto Trim of Barrie Chevrolet Camaro finished third. Unfortunately, Davey was not successful in navigating the forty-first-lap through the tech shed. Unauthorized transmission modifications resulted in last place points and money. Hoping to redeem himself in the finale, Davey finished sixth.|
|After a sixteenth place result at Sauble Speedway and a ninth at Sunset, Paul Pepper was looking for his fortunes to change. Driving the No. 29 Humberview Parts Chevrolet Camaro, Pepper was quick in the time trials and recorded the fourth-fastest time. He was gridded in the sixth position for the forty-lap event at Jukasa Motor Speedway and ended the season with a well-deserved fourth-place and third in points.|
|Third in points entering the final weekend at Jukasa Motor Speedway was Gerrit Tiemersma. Tiemersma drove the No. 17 Pontiac Grand Prix. He scored a pair of fourth-place finishes at Sauble and Sunset Speedways. He set the fifth-fastest time during qualifying for the finale and started the race in the fourth position. In the race, Tiemersma would finish fifth, but his consistency netted him second in the standings.|
|The opening round of the McColl Racing Enterprises Super Stock Series at Sauble Speedway was won by Todd Davenport in the No. 30 Chevrolet Camaro. In the season’s second contest, Davenport finished in seventh place. In the finale at Jukasa Motor Speedway, he was well off the pace and started the race in twentieth. Davenport ran as high as fifteenth but an issue late in the contest resulted in a twenty-third place finish.|
|The top-three finishers at Jukasa Motor Speedway for the 2020 McColl Racing Enterprises Super Stock Series season finale. In the center is the winner, Trevor Collver, who delivered a dominant performance in a very competitive field. Standing on the right is the runner-up, who recorded his best finish of the season, Ryan Dyson. And on the right is the fastest qualifier and third-place finisher, Lane Zardo.|
|FINISH||START||DRIVER||SPONSOR / CAR||RETIREMENTS|
|1||5||Trevor Collver||Inventory Express / Chevrolet Camaro||-|
|2||3||Ryan Dyson||Auto Parts Center / Chevrolet Camaro||-|
|3||8||Lane Zardo||Bester Forest Products / Ford Mustang||(*)|
|4||6||Paul Pepper||Humberview Parts / Chevrolet Camaro||-|
|5||4||Gerrit Tiemersma||Wayfreight / Pontiac Grand Prix||-|
|6||1||Frank Davey||Green Steel Roof / Chevrolet||-|
|7||7||Marvin Freiburger||Kenworth Truck Centers / Ford Mustang||-|
|8||11||Andrew Ferreira||Buesink Welding / Chevrolet Camaro||-|
|9||12||Kris Lawrence||Kenesky / Ford Mustang||-|
|10||2||Nick Troback||Alexander Glass & Door / Cadillac||-|
|11||14||Randy Rusnell||Galt Display Rack / Chevrolet Camaro||-|
|12||21||Cory McAllister||Caldecott / Chevrolet Camaro||-|
|13||15||Rick Verberne||McRobert Fuels / Dodge Challenger||-|
|14||16||Coltin Everingham||Ryan's Landscaping / Chevrolet Camaro||-|
|15||24||Michael Weeda||Kenspin Ltd / Dodge Challenger||-|
|16||10||Paul Boundy||Boundy Roofing / Chevrolet||-|
|17||22||Roy Wilke||Bester Forest Products Ltd. / Ford Mustang||-|
|18||23||Bill Brekelmans||Radar Auto Parts / Pontiac Firebird||-|
|19||13||Ryan Bright||Lifeline / Chevrolet Camaro||-|
|20||26||Steve Cashmore||Claybar Contracting / Chevrolet Camaro||-|
|21||25||Jake Zevenbergen||Barnard's Truck / Chevrolet Monte Carlo||-|
|22||28||Donavan Price||GFI Environmental / Ford Mustang||-|
|23||20||Todd Davenport||Richards Auto Service / Chevrolet Monte Carlo||Did Not Finish|
|24||19||Gary McLean||McLean Farms / Chevrolet Camaro||Did Not Finish|
|25||17||Dennis Cybalski||NAPA / Chevrolet Camaro||Did Not Finish|
|26||27||Glen Schnur||The Pump Shop / Chevrolet Malibu||Did Not Finish|
|27||29||Jeff Cassidy||Highway Western Star / Chevrolet||Did Not Finish|
|28||9||Jordan Latimer||On Time Taxi / Chevrolet Camaro||Did Not Finish|
|29||18||Steve Ecker||Ecker Bros. Racing / Chevrolet SS||Did Not Finish|
|30||30||Tyler Bouillon||Tysyd Lawn Care / Chevrolet SS||Did Not Start|
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